Project Partners

The SuperGreen consortium provides an excellent mix of partners, representing all actors relevant for supporting the further development of the Green Corridors:
·     Transport operators covering all surface modes
·     Terminal operators incl. ports
·     Infrastructure operators, i.e. authorities etc. responsible for developing and maintaining the infrastructure
·     Cargo owners (shippers)
·     Industry/Consultants
·     Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs)
·     Environmental Organisations
·     Research & Development

Collectively, these partners provide the analytical power that is necessary to study an inter-disciplinary range of problems and suggest solutions as a support on Green Corridors to the EU’s Freight Transport Logistics Action Plan. They boast an impressive track record of:
·     Planning, development and operation of transport infrastructure.
·     Transport and logistics operations.
·     Research and consultancy services in the areas of intermodal transport and logistics.

The mix of partners covers all modes of intermodal freight transport and logistics (excluding air), and is thus very competent to handle the various aspects of the Green Corridors issues. Geography-wise, the consortium spans Europe East-to-West (from Turkey to Portugal) as well as North-to-South (from Scandinavia (Norway, Sweden and Finland) to Greece and Cyprus). Both EU and non-EU partners are included, among the latter organisations from Ukraine and Turkey. As such we feel the consortium has an excellent geographical spread to handle the Green Corridors throughout Europe, with extension and links outside Europe.  Click on each partner below  for more information.

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Sito Ltd -Finnish Consulting Engineers Ltd (Finland)
D'Appolonia S.p.A. (Italy)
Gijón Port Authority (Spain)
Det Norske Veritas (Norway)
via Donau (Austria)
NewRail - Newcastle University (UK)
PSA Sines (Portugal)
Finnish Transport Angency  (Finland)
Straightway Finland Ry (Finland)
SNCF Fret Italia (Italy)
Procter & Gamble Eurocor (Belgium)
VR Group (Finland)
Lloyd's Register-Fairplay Research (Sweden)
Hellenic Shortsea Shipowners Association (Greece)
Dortmund University of Technology (Germany)
TES Consult Ltd (Ukraine)
Turkish State Railways (Turkey)
DB Schenker AG (Germany)
Norwegian Public Road Administration (Norway)